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Find out what our customers think about how important it is to have evidence of impact when purchasing an educational resource (print or digital) Read more
Student wellbeing: Research shows that the benefits are far-reaching, but implementation is key to success
Read our research article published within the new issue of the Impact Journal magazine from the Chartered College of Teaching. Read more
As part of this year’s British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) Awards Read more
We undertook some market research to get a better understanding of how important it was for our customers to have evidence of impact when purchasing an educational resource (print or digital) Read more
Find out more about the impact studies carried out on OUP India's key products and services. Read more
The Education World Forum 2022 in London focused on the importance of wellbeing. Read our blog on the link between wellbeing and academic outcomes. Read more
Developing students’ metacognitive skills and self-regulation, helping them to become independent learners.
Read about our impact study undertaken to better understand the extent to which, and how, the Oxford International Curriculum supports the development of students’ metacognitive skills and self-regulation, helping them to become independent learners. Read more
Understanding the links between wellbeing and academic attainment, as well as other educational outcomes Read more
The impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes: An analysis of the evidence
Read about our impact study undertaken to better understand any potential links between wellbeing and academic attainment as well as other educational outcomes. Read more
Read our article in the Education Today magazine written by Penelope Woolf, Director of Impact at Oxford University Press (OUP) Read more
Evidence of impact is being mentioned increasingly by educators around the world, but what is all the fuss about? Let’s start with the obvious question, what is it? Read more
Written by Jill Cornish, Editorial Director of Primary Maths and Derry Richardson, Head of Professional Development, Oxford University Press. Read more
Read about OUP’s perspective on our role in providing evidence on the impact of the materials OUP publishes. Read more
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